Preschool Science Says...

Stay connected with a backbone!


We are pleased to offer an interactive learning program for preschool children ages 2-5 and an accompanying adult the second Tuesday of every month. Participants will learn about science through hands-on lessons and activities.

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Who: Preschool Children ages 2-5 with an accompanying adult
When: January 12, 2016 from 10:00-11:00 am
Where: The Imagination Station Science & History Museum

Join us on Tuesday, January 12 for Preschool Science Says. In our "Stay Connected with a Backbone" lesson, we'll answer these questions: Why do we need a backbone? Do all animals have one? Learn about human anatomy, animal anatomy and classification, while we build a model backbone.

Image from museum.msu.edu/ResearchandCollections/DVNH/_images/SnakesSkel.jpg

FEBRUARY

Animals in Disguise: Join us for a wild game of hide and seek while we learn about camouflage and the tricks animals use to conceal themselves.

MARCH

Dinosaurs: This month, preschool classes are invited to visit our amazing animatronic dinosaur exhibit after an exciting lesson on these fascinating Cretaceous creatures.

APRIL

Fabulous Fibers: Learn about what happens to cotton and wool after it leaves the field. In this hands-on lesson, kids can try their hand at spinning wool and weaving on a loom while learning about the difference between animal, plant, and synthetic fibers.

MAY

Pop, Fizz, Wow!: Join us for some explosive fun as we create chemical reactions that pop, fizz, and amaze us!


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